F. C. Vogt Company, Inc.

The Benjamin Franklin side chair; Philadelphia, circa 1750

The Benjamin Franklin side chair; Philadelphia, circa 1750

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Fredrick C. Vogt
1831 West Broad Street
Richmond, VA 23220


Phone: 804-358-1651
Phone: 804-840-4019
Fax: 804-358-1653
Website: vogtconservation.com
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Overview

Founded in 1975, the F.C. Vogt Company is in the business of preserving furniture and interior architectural woodwork. A combination of fully developed artistic and technical skills, resourcefulness, scholarly research and a sensitivity to historic preservation is brought to every project. A full range of conservation services is offered by a well trained and professional staff.

Other areas of specialization include:
-Conservation of architectural models, carousel
animals, weathervanes and orrerys
-Conservation and installation of period rooms.
-Conservation project management.
-Condition assesments for collections.
-Collections care and maintenance plans.
-Long and short term conservation planning.
-Disaster response planning and remedial treatment.
-Lectures on conservation, careers in conservation
and individual treatment projects.
-Authentification and assesment of potential
purchases.

Wrenn Building Chapel and Great Hall; College of William and Mary

Wrenn Building Chapel and Great Hall; College of William and Mary

A long established, professional conservation team

Clientele is equally divided between private collectors, museums, private and public foundations and institutions, universities, architects, and the antique furniture trade across the country.

Fully insured and licensed. Secured and HVAC stable facility.

References upon request. We do not publicly post our clients.

Ethical business and preservation standards and a love for the meticulous conservation of historical artifacts guide every aspect of our company. Please contact us with your conservation concerns or questions.

Thank you for your interest,
Rick Vogt
Owner, Conservator

Boardroom, Virginia Historical Society

Boardroom, Virginia Historical Society

Members of the following Associations:

-American Institute of Conservation
-Vernacular Architectural Forum
-Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums
-Virginia Association of Museums
-American Association of State and Local History
-The Decorative Arts Trust
-Virginia Conservation Association
-Marquetry Society of America
-International Guild of Master Craftsmen
-National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors
-Early American Industries Association
-Washington Conservation Guild
-Vetting Committee, Winter Antiques Show, NYC